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Sophia Antipolis. Since the inception of ETSI’s Industry Specification Group on Reconfigurable Intelligent Surfaces group (ISG RIS) in 2021, it has promoted innovations including the discovery and narrative of real-life RIS-related environments. Recently, the group released the report, ETSI GR RIS-003, in which readers can learn differing communication models consisting of electromagnetic accuracy, path-loss and multipath propagation effects, and the effect of interference.
Sophia Antipolis. ETSI announced its Protection Profile (PP) for the security assessment of quantum key distribution (QKD) modules, ETSI GS QKD 016. It focuses on quantum safe cryptography and assists manufacturers in submitting pairs of QXD modules for the security certification process.
Sophia Antipolis, France. In the world today, we are staring at disaster with the war in Ukraine that is leading to a global energy crisis. Critical infrastructure including transportation, electricity, natural gas, and water plants must be secured from outside nefarious attacks. There are 120 countries using Tetra (Terrestrial Trunked Radio) networks. Work has begun to make certain that ETSI TETRA technology standard is fully secured from devious individuals or groups. ETSI released two specifications (ETSI TS 100 392-7 and ETSI TS 100 396-6) created by top professional from ETSI quantum safe cryptography group.
Everyone knows encryption is a cornerstone of network security, but at this point very few understand what a problem it is.
According to ETSI, we’re all about to find out.
Historically, large companies like Microsoft, Google, and AWS have conducted independent, in-house security research on their own products and the software components within them. If vulnerabilities are found, and significant enough, this research often becomes a Coordinated Vulnerability Disclosure (CVD).
ETSI Encrypted Traffic Integration Group Moves Exploratory Work on Cryptographic and Key Management Models - NewsAugust 04, 2022
ETSI announced the continuance of research on its Industry Specification Group Encrypted Traffic Integration (ISG ETI) to mid-2024 to explicitly target cryptographic and key management models.
ETSI released a Group Report, ETSI GR SAI 006, outlining the role of hardware in the security of artificial intelligence (AI).